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2021-2022 FILM CHALLENGE!

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I am in. Just put a roll of Superia 400 in Minolta XD 5
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I have pictures taken in late 2020/early 2021 I still need to scan and even have developed. Where do I share those? The 2020/2021 thread is closed. Do I share these here because analogue photography is a bit like that…?
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The year-long film challenge 2021-2022 edition



What is The Dyxum film challenge?
This film challenge is simply about revisiting analogue photography for a bit of nostalgia, experiencing a radically different workflow and ultimately, appreciating how convenient our modern equipment is.

Who
Any Dyxumer can join this challenge. Just subscribe below - as simple as that.

When
The idea is to keep shooting film over the next year - starting on 6 September 2021 and ending (nominally) on 5 September 2022 – this challenge is flexible, because analogue photography is a bit like that….

Equipment
You can use any film camera and any lens you like (no matter what brand or format, e.g. medium format, or subminiature) however we would ask that one of your first rolls uses an alpha-mount (Minota AF) camera (if you have one at present). Like everything about this challenge, we can be flexible here, so if you are part way through a film in your Super Frankarette, you are still OK to post. But remember that we are alpha-mount forum so try to work in any Alpha mount camera you might have fairly early on.

If you don't have any Dynax, Maxxum or Alpha film camera then just use what you have - participation is the important bit.


Results
Try to post just the 1/3rd of the best pictures from each roll of film - we realise that sometimes you may have full roll of keepers but you have to narrow your selection down to 4, 8 or 12 shots - depending on the roll (i.e. 12, 24 or 36 frames). You can always post your out-takes in open views, or in one of the themed film threads.

Just one thread this time. So declare yourself, post your 1/3 keepers, discuss what cameras you are planning to shoot with or comment on other people's photographs all in this thread.

To make the thread a bit less photo-intensive please split your photo-posts into groups of 4 shots - it will be easier to navigate. When posting please state the camera, lens and film used. You might also want to mention how the photo was digitzed (e.g. what scanner/software).

Please remember to "number" your photos in a unique way - this will make it easier to refer to a particular shot in the discussion.
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